Bringing forward-thinking solutions to Phoenix’s urban fabric, Edward Jensen has been hailed as one of central-city Phoenix’s leading thinkers. He is the head of Edward Jensen urban productions, whose work helps individuals and organizations advance our community with an emphasis on technology design, arts, and the urban form. Past initiatives of the firm have included The Downtown Phoenix Podcast, a critically acclaimed program that created spacious and intelligent conversation on issues important to urban civics, as well as other urban design projects, political campaigns, and major downtown initiatives.
He is the Director of Information Technology Services for Tapestry on Central Condominium Association, a 292-unit midrise in the heart of midtown Phoenix. In his first year, he worked with the Board of Directors to embark upon a modest $75,000 Information Technology Modernization Capital Project that has yielded over $55,000 in yearly operational savings. He also liaises among the community’s Board of Directors, its professional management staff, and its homeowners to identify ongoing improvements for the community.
Current civic engagements and appointments include the City of Phoenix Arts & Culture Commission and Vice President of the Board of Directors of the Midtown Neighborhood Association. He is a 2011 alumnus of Arizona State University, having graduated with honors in Urban and Metropolitan Studies from the School of Public Affairs and a recipient of Outstanding Service and Outstanding Student Leader awards.